Travel Tips Home

village (75)

Tags

hotel (707) | museum (633) | restaurant (601) | history (445) | architecture (441) | beach (374) | views (346) | art (274) | food (273) | park (264) | bar (168) | church (155) | fun (154) | shopping (149) | beautiful (147) | stay (124) | gardens (118) | market (110) | tour (110) | garden (103) | relaxation (102) | castle (101) | accommodation (99) | family (96) | natural beauty (89) | resort (88) | music (84) | zoo (83) | view (82) | palace (78) | entertainment (77) | culture (75) | village (75) | ruins (73) | restaurants (71) | island (69) | famous (68) | tourist (68) | archaeology (66) | spain (66) | walk (65) | cathedral (64) | pretty (64) | animals (62) | aquarium (61) | water park (61) | peaceful (59) | temple (58) | cafe (56) | gallery (54) |

TravelTips

Icmeler

posted by mdryfus on 8 October 2010 at 14:48

My friends and I stumbled upon this village when we decided to walk along the coast a bit. The walk itself was really pretty and we had a delicious lunch and a wander round before walking back. A nice (free) alternative to the organised touristy trip offerings which i've found to always be full to the point of bursting.

where, when, how, web
walk right (As you look out to sea) along the shore and keep going, sticking to the coast!

tags
Marmaris walk  village  coast 

love it 0 0 loathe it

Duddingston Village

posted by xzoucks on 8 October 2010 at 11:44

So near, yet it feels so far from Edinburgh's city centre. My partner and I came here to explore the quaint church and graveyard and to enjoy a walk by the loch. To add to all this wholesome enjoyment we also sampled a bit of the local hard stuff at the famous Sheep Heid Inn.

where, when, how, web
this lovely village is hidden just the other side of hollyrood park, we got a taxi from our b&b and walked back

tags
Edinburgh village  church  loch  pub 

love it 0 0 loathe it

Porta de Sollar Bay

posted by ptomco on 21 September 2010 at 15:23

The Porta de Sollar Bay is a little bay with a charming little beach some nice local restaurants and quaint little shops. There are quite a lot of fishing boats in the harbour usually, though further round the bay, you'll find some empty beaches and clear seas to swim in.

where, when, how, web
you can take the wild west train from Palma

tags
Majorca Palma beach  village  relaxation 

love it 0 0 loathe it

Hotel Alhambra

posted by hholt01 on 18 August 2009 at 15:48

Hotel set in scenic and historic La Orotava village. The hotel is a converted 18th century mansion with much of the local artwork, furniture and carpeting remaining from its original use. The staff is attentive and friendly and the views are stunning of the La Orotava valley and mountains beyond. Structure is modeled after an arabic oasis house so it is a very unique experience of the regions tradition and heritage.

where, when, how, web
34 922 32 04 34

tags
Tenerife hotel  tenerife  village  valley 

love it 0 0 loathe it

Village of Lillo

posted by Cinders on 7 October 2007 at 20:13

Hidden away, in the middle of the big industrial plants of Antwerp. If you know where to find it, you can visit a little gem of a town called Lillo. Time stood still here and eventho you can see the intire village in half an hour... it's still worth going there. If the weather is nice you can have a drink and a snack outside on one of the little terraces. What you can also find is a small brilliant local museum where you can find what life in the "polders" of Belgium was like. I absolutely love the place and would recommend to all!!

where, when, how, web
Drive towards the liefkeshoek tunnel and take the exit Lillo, take a right at the end of the road then take a left just before the big turn in the road. You'll have to keep you eyes open for this one! You can satnav vor tolhuis straat 14
www.poldermuseum-lillo-fort.be/

tags
Antwerp museum  village  historic  cosy 

love it 0 0 loathe it

Trustpilot Badge